A subject is a being who is an actor of his actions, being that those actions are his own decision. Human beings are inevitably moral because we all form a character, because we are born with a certain temperament and make prudent and reckless decisions, which are very important because they have consequences, we make these decisions automatically, thanks to a hyperformalized brain, which helps us to understand the means to choose the best possibilities and to justify them given our human complexity, we rely on ethics and morals. When taking a look at the past, peoples can be found throughout history, who did not have a written language or did not know the currencies, but never a people without moral regulations. Although it was not systematically, these regulations have taken different shapes: codes, customs, maxims, sayings, stories, legends, advice, warnings, proverbs parables, among others. With the repetition of beneficial behaviors, customs appeared, when these are regulated by various rules of behavior to regulate individual behavior for collective benefit, then it can be said that morality arises. The word moral comes from the Latin moralis and from the Greek mos, related to customs. It is understood as the set of norms, uses and laws that man consciously perceives as obligatory. His study is the subject of ethics; And that’s where we ask ourselves, what is ethics? The ethical term is derived from the Greek word ethos, which includes the disposition of man in life, his character, custom and moral; It can be translated as the “way or way of life” in the deepest sense of its meaning. Ethics is the rational reflection on what is understood by good behavior and on what the so-called moral judgments are based. It also has a rational, practical and scientific character. The material object of ethics is moral acts, that is, free and conscious human acts measured and regulated by the “regula morum” rule. Its formal object is composed by human acts performed, regulated and ordered, man is able to distinguish the good or bad of these acts. Traditionally the moral term is used to refer to the set of rules, norms, mandates, taboos and prohibitions that regulate and guide human behavior in everyday life. Contrary, ethics is used to designate that theoretical knowledge that reflects on lived morals, either to question or justify it. In short, ethics is to moral, what theory is to practice; Morality is a type of behavior, ethics is a philosophical reflection.